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children. >> smiles, smirks and smacked down. i have highlights from the vice- presidential debate. >> those stories and more. >> you are watching wbal 11. live, local, late breaking. this is 11 news today at 6:00 a.m. >> i cannot even hear my own voice. >> thank you for joining us. >> of that is typical. how is it looking? >> a lot going on. the good thing is the weather will cooperate. as far as rain goes. it will be called. a freeze watch. you have to stand up there
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tomorrow, it will be called. 40 degrees at bwi. 49 downtown. into the 30's right now in a gaithersburg. before us today, highs around 64 in baltimore. only in the 50's and the mountains. a cold front moving this way. kicking up strong winds at the northwest. that will make it feel colder. our -- actual temperatures will feel chilly tonight. freeze watch, we will talk about that. they be our first frost of the season. >> good morning. let us go to up to date. heading out along pawloski avenue, an accident we are tracking. other than that, looking good. 60 miles per hour through the north side. on the west side, our road speeds around 66. 83 southbound, 65. everything moving well on 795. 61 miles per hour down to the beltway. the rest of the major roadways
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shipping out fine and toward the vault record 11 minutes on the outer loop. west side only going to take you five minutes to go southbound to fort mchenry. here is a live view of traffic at 175. traffic going away from us. and building a bit. delays shortly. over to a live view of the 95. looks good at the moment. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> our big story this morning with our backs to the wall, the orioles to the postseason dreams alive. >> this is so exciting. great for baseball. and all or nothing game 5 tonight. let us get to the highlights. first with a home run in the fifth that of the orioles up 1- 0, and in the bottom of the inning with a runner on first
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and one out, he did the job with his glove, snagging this deep shot by jason. and then battling off rossell martin to get out of a jam. the yankees keeping the score up. until the 13th when j.j. hardy comes through, doubling to left, manny machado.asa more exports later. >> with a difference a day makes. 11 sports pete gilbert shows us how last night's big winner has reinvigorated the team. >> in the eighth inning, well before the game would come to an end, there seemed a sense of inevitability and dread. a guide game, two man on, nobody out. -- a tied game.
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but the orioles did it again. you have to except the fact that if you doubt this game, it is at your own risk. >> great pitching staff. >> 9-9 during the regular season. now 2-2. it is going to be an intense fun game. we have to work it out. >> that is the way the game is. we are all competing together. we all care about each other. as part of the beating a team. >> game 5, we essentially have one in texas. how does that help you? >> i do not know. i think we approach every game pretty much the same whether it is an abomination game or not. you know, so we will be ready to play just like we have been before. close to the 13th inning victory, they finally did something they hadn't done all year, beat new york in extra innings. they finally got the job done.
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now one in three in extras. now game 5 later today. cannot wait to see what will happen. at yankee stadium, pete gilbert, wbal sports. >> they look forward to tonight's big game, jennifer franciotti catches up with a few of them. >> good morning. what a great baltimore sports fan day. cannot get much better than that. above the fold as the good thing. that is the headline today in the baltimore sun. a very slapping high fives manny machado. very good news. he still has not gone to bed. he stayed up and watched the game? >> i got excited. i could not fall asleep.
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i am down here to have a cup of coffee. i am going to be in front of the tv at 5:00 p.m. >> he doesn't even know what day it is because he is so tired. >> i think we are going to move up to the next level. if we get good pitching today, which i have a hunch we will, we will overtake the yankees. even though they have the best pitcher. >> who you think is owed the excess for this? the players and their enthusiasm? >> two men. great players throughout the season. with a ball club with no big names like the yankees do. i am very excited. i think we are going to come out on top. >> good thoughts, thank you, john. a lot of tired people. but a lot of really happy
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people. reporting live, jennifer franciotti. >> he has not been asleep all night? i hope he does not drive a bus, air traffic controller for a living? >> what do you do for a living? >> no. i am retired. i enjoy life. [laughter] >> we are all envious. and our watercooler question of the day -- the orioles have enough left in the tank to knock off the yankees? you can share your response on, on our facebook page, or send us an e-mail at >> the investigation continues into what started yesterday morning's house fire in northeast baltimore, killing five people including four children. george lettis is live at bayview medical center where one of the victims is recovering. >> good morning.
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the city fire chief says initial findings showed there were no working smoke alarms in the house. the grandfather of the children is in critical condition here at the bayview medical center after he jumped out of the house. candles decorate the home. heavy smoke and flames were shooting from the home when firefighters arrived around 2:00 a.m. thursday. nine family members trapped inside. some jumped out. wilson jeff and from the second floor, but his wife and her grandchildren did not make it out. all dies in the fire. 55-year-old nancy worrell, 1- year-old james holden, 2-year- old kaniyah scott, 4-year- old darryl stewart and 7-year- old tykia marky. >> to lose a child, to lose a mother, it is just heart wrenching. >> there are at least three
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other survivors of this fire, including two 19 year-olds. when we believe is the mother of some of the deceased children. another is a two month-old baby who was thrown from the house to save the. two firefighters injured. there expected to be okay. we are live at bayview medical center, george lettis, wbal 11. >> sorry more firefighters still recovering from battling a blaze in southeast baltimore. the city fire broke out in a basement on at the 1400 block of bonsal street are around 3:00 a.m. thursday morning. we are told they are in stable condition. there's no word on what sparked the fire. court's baltimore city police investigating a deadly shooting in the north baltimore. this was the scene where investigators say a man had been shot multiple times after 5:30 yesterday evening, in the 2300 block of north charles street. this morning, no word on a
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suspect or possible motive. marylandore male elder residents have developed fungal meningitis. officials believe there could be as many as 14,000 people who may be exposed to the outbreak that has killed 14 people nationwide, including one in maryland. they said they pinpointed at least 90% of them. >> this morning, the vice- presidential candidates will hit the campaign trail after a contentious showdown last night in the kentucky. hallie jackson a recap of the debate. >> we are waking up to instant polls that do not really showing clear consensus as to which candidate cannot looking stronger.
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>> after a quick handshake, joe biden and paul ryan went at it on the economy. >> stopped talking about how you care about people. show me something. show me a policy. show me a policy where you take responsibility. >>. they come in and inherit the situation? absolutely. >> they thought about medicare. >> here is the problem. they got caught with their hands and the cookie jar. >> now have got a new plan. trust me. it will not cost you any more. a vote and follow your instincts. they fought over the 47%, and. >> i have had it up to your this notion that 47% -- is about time they take responsibility here. >> with respect to that, at the device president knows that sometimes the words do not come out of your mouth the right way. >> they have differences on
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foreign policy, like when they want the troops out of afghanistan. >> we do agree on the timeline, but we must assess the situation to see how best to complete this timeline. >> we are leaving in 2014. >> one of the goals was to reach voters in a critical swing states. those battlegrounds are again the focus of the candidates today as joe biden had to wisconsin, paul ryan ohio. hallie jackson, wbal 11. >> the time is 6:12. for a starbucks around every corner. we will tell you what the report has to say about that. >> and investigators recovered a body. it is that of a missing girl they have been looking for all week. >> and after serving time for dog fighting, michael vick makes
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a startling revelation. we will tell you what he said. >> we are watching a cold front moved into the northeast. a major drop in temperatures tonight.
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>> welcome back. the time now 6:15. 49 degrees downtown.
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hard to see what is going on, it is still dark. the sun coming up and one hour. clouds and the sky. over all, we are expecting a sunny skies today. a cold front approaching the northeast. this is what we have to watch out for. we are expecting most showers to fall apart before the front moves into the baltimore metro area. mac sprinkle and new york, -- they may see a sprinkle in the york, but we expect them to dry out before the game. we have dropped into the 40's across the majority of the area. pikes bill, 43. and bwi now at 40. the forecast for today, highs there similar to yesterday. mid 60's toward the afternoon. a few clouds. especially as the front passes. breezy wings. if you wind gusts up to 30 miles per hour. a jacket will be helpful.
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and make you feel better. the orioles playing their final game tonight in the series against the yankees. we expect the weather to cooperate. first pitch, 58 degrees. the fans are going to feel that in the stadium, the show with the wind. by 8:00 p.m., chilly conditions dropping into the 50's. the cold front will be moving into the northeast. behind it, a drop in temperatures. the swatch across the majority of the northern and western suburbs as we drop into the 30's. watch that as we head into the running festival. a chilly start to the day. much better on sunday. next chance of rain on monday. >> thank you. good morning. but this did you up-to-date. a few problems. on the west side of the beltway on the inner loop, and getting word of an accident there. mr. to impact your ride, on the
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inner loop. our route traffic looks good at the moment. up to speed. and we are looking at one accident along pawloski street and harlem avenue and the city. be careful about. and as far as drive times the eight minutes on the inner loop from 795 to the 83. and 95 southbound traffic from the beltway southwest down to 32, an easy ride. the beltway at 140, we will monitor this camera for delays. an inner loop crash reported. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> thank you. taking a look at our top stories. koro officials of thay have more information later today about a body found wednesday night. they announced during a press conference that the body was
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dismembered, making it hard to positively i.d. it. officials say they have been in touch with the family about the discovery. nfl quarterback michael vick had spent time in prison for an illegal dog fighting organization. his family now owns a dog. you wanted his children to develop a healthy relationship with animals. he has work to the humane society to speak about animal cruelty. in the peace prize winner is not a person but a community. the european union was awarded the nobel peace prize this morning for its efforts to promote peace and democracy in europe in the midst of the biggest crisis since its creation in the 1950's. the norwegian prize committee says they received the award for contracting to the advancement of peace, democracy and human rights in europe.
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>> a high level warning about the threat of cyberattacks. how far are you away from a starbucks? the show how often they pop up around neighborhoods. we have those stories and more. >> good morning. scary mornings on the nation's defense secretary leon panetta. he says cyber threats are becoming more devastating. --pieces they are attacking the computer control systems that operate panicle and water plants. as we are trading, investors buying some of the biggest banks after a mixed close for stocks yesterday. there were some early optimism about a drop in jobless claims. as the day went on, some question the validity of the
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data. and the bloomberg maryland index higher on the day. i know you like coffee. chances are you will never have to draw more than 20 miles to get to a starbucks. a blogger says 80% of the nation's population lives within 20 miles of a starbucks third the blog is says the closer you live to a starbucks, the higher your rent will be. also, they do include the franchise starbucks and grocery stores and airports. >> the time now is 6:21. 43 degrees. the orioles keep hope alive is a force the yankees into a winner take all in game 5. highlights coming up in the sports. >> here is a look at last night's winning maryland lottery numbers. numbers.
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>> now insta-weather plus and a traffic together. >> and look to our friday morning commute. most roadways are faring well. on the inner loop at the northwest corner, we have reports of an accident. we continue to check for delays related to that. pulaski street, an accident there. further south, westbound 50,
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prior to davidsonville -- nine minutes to go south on 895. here is a live look at traffic. you can see a little bit of a back up developing on the ramp from 140 to the inner loop. you can see some flashing lights. beltway on the northeast corner checks out ok. building a value in the outer loop. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. now the forecast. >> thank you. very similar as yesterday. highs in the mid 60's toward the afternoon. 52 in the mountains. 64 for the high around baltimore. the big difference today is stronger winds of the northwest. 10 of to 20 miles per hour. some wind gusts could be up to 30 miles per hour. colder weather on the way. we will talk about how this
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impacts the game tonight in new york city and how it impacts our temperatures tonight. >> now 11 sports with keith mills. >> good morning. 43 innings of baseball, not enough. they will play in game 5 tonight. two-one of the orioles win in 13 innings. once again, they find a way to win. 22 times they have played this year. the beach 111. how about nate in the fifth. 1-0 orioles. 1-2-3 let's go. he leads off with a double. and j.j. hardy does the same. the orioles would still scored the run, a big run. 10 day get three outs? yes they can.
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2-1. the orioles stay alive. >> fortunately or unfortunately -- um -- not this time of year you find [indiscernible] >> he seems like he needs a nap. the game at 5:07 tonight. the ravens game on sunday. home field advantage. the ravens of 114 in a row at home. -- they have won 14 in a row. >> we play well at home. we want to play well on the road
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as well. i think you know that. no better fans and the country that i see that our fans. we all coach better, we play better. and obviously, we want to do the same thing on the road. our fans are special. >> yes they are. >> if the orioles win, they start to the championship series to mark. >> 42 degrees at the airport. much more ahead. >> i am george lettis, an update on the house fire that killed five, including four children. >> and remembering a man whose name is synonymous with baltimore politics. we take a look back at the life we take a look back at the life of a clarence mitchell iii and i've got my pumpkin k-cup packs for at home. now i can have my pumpkin coffee any time i want it. pumpkin's perfect. it's dunkin' with the press of a button. new pumpkin k-cup packs, only at dunkin' restaurants. america runs on dunkin' coffee.
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i'm drinking dunkin'. i'm just in love with the flavor. i get mine black. i don't want to take away from that pure taste. so smooth, no bitterness. it's awesome. there's no other taste like it. america runs on dunkin' coffee. >> you are watching wbal tv 11. live, local, late breaking. this is 11 news at 5:00. -- 6:00. >> good morning karen welcome back.
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good morning. welcome back. >> high pressure translates into a lot of sunshine and dry conditions. this chilly. 49 degrees downtown. 40 at bwi. hi temperatures in the mid-60s toward the afternoon. watch out for the breezy winds. 10 to 20 miles per hour. wind gusts up to 30 miles per hour. that is because the cold front is approaching the area. major drop in temperatures tonight. chilly tomorrow. better for the rest of the weekend. details coming up. court's in northeast baltimore community dealing with the tragedy of a deadly fire that claimed the lives of five people including four and young children. george lettis live with the latest. >> the city fire chief says initial findings show there are no working smoke alarms and the house. 52-year-old wilson worrell,
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believed to be the grandfather is in critical condition here after jumping out of the house. stuffed animals and lighted a candles to agree the entrance to the home where four children and their grandmother will -- were killed and an early morning fire thursday. >> we both liked to be on a trampoline. >> what will you miss the most about her? >> she was kind and generous. >> she hugged everyone. it was just so amazing that yesterday, she went around putting most of the adults, telling them, i love you. little did we know that would be the last time we would see her. >> i was just screaming when i came out. i knew there were kids and their. i am just like, oh my gosh, there are babies and their progress heavy smoke and flames coming from the home when
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firefighters arrived around 2:00 a.m. thursday. nine family members trapped at the time. some a desperate attempt to get out alive. >> she jumped out of there. she just got some scratches. >> the baby and mother are doing okay. the grandfather still in critical condition. his wife and her grandchildren -- 1-year-old james holden, 2- year-old kaniyah scott, 4-year- old darryl stewart and 7-year- old tykia marky all died in the fire. >> to lose a child, to lose a mother, and i have been in both places, it is just heart wrenching. as a community, we have got to support each other. >> two firefighters were injured after they went inside the home to rescue some victims. that fell from the first floor to the basement, the firefighters are expected to be okay. we are live at bayview, george lettis, wbal 11. >> the two men convicted of murdering a man will learn their
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fate today. prosecutors seeking plight and present without parole. both convicted of first-degree murder in september in connection with the death of the 19-year-old. -- 59-year-old anastasia is scheduled to be arraigned today. the alleged abuse was caught on tape. she flew to her native of kenya before she could be arrested on charges. returned last month. >> baltimore city has received a failing marks and how it is school system is being run. an audit found excessive overtime and over payment made to employees. the audit was made, reviewing the books of school districts across the state. >> we look at overtime and found a number of discrepancies were the payments being made cannot be supported by the records.
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and on top of that, the supervisors cannot explain why there were those discrepancies. >> the audit was looking at the underuse of school buildings. you can find more on our website >> does and of students gathered at the university of maryland campus to rally for same-sex marriage. the therapist on getting students registered. -- they focused on getting students registered. they said they have registered 2000 new voters in the past two weeks. >> first step, getting them registered, second step is making sure they know how to vote on the issue. >> of voting this election is huge. as applications for a number of things. we are very excited about question 6. >> of the voter registration deadline in maryland is october 16. >> the patriarch of one of
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baltimore's, or a picture of one of baltimore's political families have passed away. clarence mitchell iii passed away yesterday from lung cancer. the 72-year-old was one of the most -- was a member of a the most prominent political families. and was also known as a fierce civil rights advocate. >> we do more. i mourn the loss of my father today. i celebrate the great light that he lived. so great. this historic life that he presented to all of us, who are beneficiaries of the public policy initiatives. and the other ways he impacted us as a family as well. >> our condolences go out to the family. there were some hard times for clarence mitchell iii, deserve a 16 months in prison after being convicted in 1987.
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charges still pending. >> now weather and traffic to gather. >> let us get you up-to-date on the area roads. if you problems your tracking. we will start in hartford county. we have an accident just in the past few minutes your watch for lane closures there. in the meantime, 83 looks good. from the maryland line down to the beltway. we are tracking an accident on a 140 to the inner loop. is backing up traffic there. we will give you a live view in a moment. and the city, russell street -- another accident. building volume on the outer loop. from 70 down toward edmonton. let us look of one more problem come in right lane closure due to police activity westbound 50 prior to the davidsocville road exit. into the inner loop of the
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beltway, you can see the bottom of the ramp is the police activity related to the accident. and that road is looking pretty heavy approaching that rep. what are those delays. and 95 -- seeing some delays south of white marsh. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. ava marie come over to you. >> thank you. everyone still has on their headlights. the sun will be coming up at 7:14. a high today there 64. only in the 50's and the mountains. brazil wins coming in ahead of the cold front. -- breezy winds. watch for the chargers to drop down group we are talking low temperatures in the 30's. watch for the temperatures to drop down. we will talk about that. 594 tomorrow. chilly for the running festival. >> thank you.
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the time is now 6:38. 42 degrees at the airport. curiosity may have killed the cat, but it did not do the raccoon any favors. poor guy, we will tell you how he found himself in that predicament. >> and still taking your answers to our water cooler question of the day -- to the orioles have enough left in their tank to knock off the yankees? you can share your response on, on our facebook page, or send us an e-mail at
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>> a new exhibit featuring wills is opening york zewe. -- wolves at a new york zoo. october is wolf awareness month. the perfect time to open this new exhibit. there nearly extinct due to hunting and the destruction of their habitats. >> iraq and found itself in a very likely place, -- 8 raccoon found itself in a very likely place. they saw iraq and on top of a telephone stock on the top ofn a telephone poll with a jar
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stock on its head. finally he made his way down and that is where a group grabbed him and removed jar. >> that is pretty good that he made it down without falling. >> weird looking. >> 6:43. 42 degrees. still ahead, a look at this morning's top stories. >> orioles fans, bleary eyed but very happy. details next. >> an accident backing up traffic prior to the
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>> welcome back. 6:44. 3 baltimore city firefighters still recovering from injuries they suffered bottling a blaze in southeast baltimore. investigators say the fire broke out in a basement of a home around 3:00 a.m. thursday
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morning. no word on what sparked that fire. city police investigating a deadly shooting in a north baltimore, this was the scene where investigators say a man had been shot multiple times after 5:30. this on north charles street. they died before 11:00 p.m. last night. no word on a suspect or possible motive. four more marylanders have fungal meningitis. they believe there could be as many as 14,000 who may have been exposed to the outbreak that has already killed 14 people nationwide, including one in maryland. they pinpointed at least 90% of them. they have recalled the steroid that has been sent out in 23 states.
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>> now, weather and traffic to gather. >> good morning. sarah caldwell of a mature morning commute. we have a back up on the ramp to the inner loop on the northwest corner due to an accident at the bottom of the ramp. off to the side, but still impacting your ride. that ramp is not looking good. other problems -- we have accident and delays developing on the west side outer loop. wash for a crash at 543. and much farther south, if you take 50, prior to the davidsocville road exit, watch for police activity. everything moving of the bay bridge. but a steady live look at traffic. on to the inner loop. traffic is backing up heavily on that ramp. people are turning around to the opposite direction to get off of
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the ramp. it is creating a dangerous situation. we will keep you posted. 95 at white marsh picking up in volume, seeing delays south of white marsh. that is elitist. over to you, ava marie. >> shelley out across the metro area. -- chilly out. a cold front approaching the northeast. this is what we have to watch out for as far as temperatures go -- rahm should not be a big issue. rain showers are approaching new york city right now. they should fall apart by the game. we do expect it to be dry by the time the orioles polite. the forecast for today, high temperatures and the mid 60's, with the front approaching we have strong winds of the northwest. 10 to 20 miles per hour. some wind gusts could be a 2 30 miles per hour. if you are heading up for the
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game, grabbed a jack. strong winds at the northwest. breezy conditions with a first pitch to a merger of around 58. dropping to the 40's. at least we have dry weather. in front passes by, perfect set up to get some frost over the night. we do have a freeze watch across northern baltimore county, carroll county and even howard county. that is the right to be as some colder spots get to the freezing mark. if you of plants outside, cover them up or bring them inside. temperatures in the 40's tomorrow. women into the 50's by lunchtime. sunshine throughout the race. -- warming into the 50's by lunchtime. sunshine throughout the race. >> time for last look at one of
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our big story. in northeast washington community mourned as the investigation continues into the deadly crossfire. george lettis joins us now from bayview medical center. >> good morning. investigators still searching for the cause of the fire that killed five, including four young children. in the meantime, 55-year-old wilson worrell is in critical condition here at bayview medical center. four children and a grandmother were killed. heavy smoke and flames shooting from the home when firefighters arrived around 2:00 a.m. thursday. nine. members were trapped inside your some jumped out of the house to escape. wilson worrell jump from the second floor, but his wife nancy and her grandchildren -- 1-year- old james holden, 2-year-old kaniyah scott, 4-year-old darryl stewart and 7-year-old tykia marky all died in the fire.
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and there are the least three other survivors including two 19-year-old, one is believed to be the mother of the deceased children, and a two month old baby thrown from the house to save the. team of firefighters were injured in this fire. they are expected to be okay. we are live in a debut, george lettis, wbal 11. >> thank you. as 42 degrees. coming up, we will hear some of your answers to the watercooler question of the day. question of the day. >> and weather and as a pastor, my support for question 6 is rooted in my belief that the government should treat everyone equally. i would not want someone denying my rights based upon their religious views, therefore i should not deny others based upon mine. it's about fairness. this law does not force any church to perform a same sex marriage if it's against their beliefs. and that's what this is about. protecting religious freedom and protecting all marylanders equally under the law.
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>> orioles fans are waking up and smiles on their faces. they forced the yankees into a final fit the game. >> jennifer franciotti joins us live. she is joined by some to die-par orioles fans. >> everyone is so excited. who thought we would get to game 5? orioles fans. i am here with robin and kevin. i am so happy. i did not watch the game because i get too excited and i did not want to jinx it. i heard people on the street. i knew we 1. >> fans know you have your certain routine. you did not want to hurt them by watching. i get that. you have been watching every
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game. course i go back and forth on my recliner. cannot sleep. lack of sleep right now, but it was worth it. i am a believer. >> thank you so much. we are going to come over here and talk with a man who played for the baltimore colts in the 1970's. this is marty. >> great to be with you. i said are you following the orioles? >> and i said i follow all baltimore sports teams. >> what you think so far? >> i think there had a great season. the manager deserves a lot of credit. date players are so resilient. -- the players are so resilient. i think we are going to kick their but. >> is this just gravy? >> absolutely. nobody thought the orioles would be where they are now.
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they hoped, but nobody was confident they would achieve what they have achieved. >> we should be proud. >> absolutely. >> great players and a great manager. >> said it all. thank you so much. what can you say, and go o's. beat the yankees tonight. >> he was a great quarterback. pass that along. >> stan says you are a great quarterback. i am embarrassed to say i do not know a lot about the colts from back then. >> that brings us to some of your answers to our watercooler question of the day. >> asked the the orioles have enough left in the tank to take down the yankees? >> one of your says buck yeah. >> and kevin says, they do but i am not sure that i can keep
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going these late nights, it is killing me. be sure to check the rest of our answers on our website >> is normally to get -- easy to get on to the beltway. but there is an accident to get on to the inner loop. backing up traffic on that ramp. delays forming. and an accident on brussels street. here is a look at that scene. flashing lights remained. at the bottom of that ramp. it is just a complete mess there. southbound 295 looking at delays approaching 175 down to the 36. >> frost tomorrow morning. only in the 50's tomorrow. we warm up sunday to the 70's. >> thank you for joining us. barnhill: you hear a lot of talk about question seven...
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NBC October 12, 2012 6:00am-7:00am EDT

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TOPIC FREQUENCY Orioles 20, Us 16, Baltimore 11, Yankees 9, Maryland 7, Wbal 6, Starbucks 5, George Lettis 5, Geico 4, James Holden 3, Kaniyah Scott 3, Darryl Stewart 3, Wilson Worrell 3, New York 3, Jennifer Franciotti 3, Loop 3, Southeast Baltimore 2, Ava Marie 2, Manny Machado 2, Michael Vick 2
Network NBC
Duration 01:00:00
Scanned in Annapolis, MD, USA
Source Comcast Cable
Tuner Channel 78 (549 MHz)
Video Codec mpeg2video
Audio Cocec ac3
Pixel width 528
Pixel height 480
Sponsor Internet Archive
Audio/Visual sound, color

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